Guidelines and applications for UCT's multilingual logos

17 November 2008

UCT's logo has always been an easily recognisable image that connects all the university's activities and services and is publicly perceived as UCT's corporate signature.

The new multilingual logo has been updated to include the three official languages of the Western Cape and is available in several formats for use in various contexts.

To promote a consistent and professional image for the university, a set of guidelines regarding the use of the logo is available, including downloads and corporate stationery templates. These guidelines and templates are available on CDs that have been distributed to all faculties and directorates. The guidelines explain how the various forms of the logo can be used most effectively.

Detailed multilingual logo guidelines and downloads are also available online. Stationery templates are available here.

For further advice on the use of the multilingual logo, stationery and other layout matters relating to the logo, please contact Murray Steyn.

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